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How long do tyres last?

How long a tyre lasts for will depend on a number of variables - such as the quality of the tyre, the road conditions it is used on, the climate and how the tyre is maintained (if at all).

On average, most tyres can last between 25,000 to 40,000 miles.

How long should tyres last?

Ideally, a tyre should last for around 40,000 miles if they are properly maintained and the driving conditions are good.

How long should a car tyre last?

Car tyres typically last between 25,000 to 40,000 miles. This will vary depending on the type of car, type of driving and the level of maintenance carried out.

How long do motorbike tyres last?

The lifespan of motorcycle tyres will change depending on the type of bike and the riding style. The type of tyre has a big part to play as well. On average, a motorbike tyre can last between 5,000 to 20,000 miles.

How long do scooter tyres last?

Scooter tyres typically last between 5,000 to 10,000 miles, depending on the quality of the tyre.

How long do truck tyres last?

Truck tyres tend to last longer than car tyres - around 60,000 to 70,000. This is down to their larger size and more durable construction.

How long do tyres last if they are not used?

Unused tyres can last for 6-10 years in storage.

However, even if the tyres have never been used, they can still age and degrade over time. Have older tyres checked before fitment.

Do all-terrain tyres last longer?

All-terrain tyres are generally designed for off-road use. They are normally more durable than regular tyres. However, because of their type of usage they also receive more stresses and are driven harder. Making their lifespan variable to the conditions they are used on and the level of pressures they are put under.

Do more expensive tyres last longer?

You will find that most expensive tyres are made with higher quality materials. They have also received more R&D into ways to make them last longer.

However, the lifespan of the tyre will still depend on factors such as driving conditions and maintenance.

How long do tyres last in storage?

Tyres can last up to 6-10 years in storage, depending on the conditions in which they are stored. It's important to keep them in a cool, dry, and dark place away from direct sunlight and heat sources.